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Video: Getting Started With Minimum Quantity Lubrication

Minimum quantity lubrication does not require a special machine tool or special tooling. This video makes the case for MQL and describes how to apply it effectively.
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Minimum quantity lubrication, or near-dry machining, does not require a special machine tool or special tooling. Technology is available for applying MQL effectively on an existing machining center.

In this instructional video, MMS Online video contributor Todd Schuett makes the case for MQL, and also describes how to apply it effectively.

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